Jul 23, 2019


Chris and Alex really wanted to give their guests a day they would remember. They planned a super chilled and super fun Woodman Inn Huddersfield Wedding. They refused to do any of the traditions that didn’t work for them, and instead, they rethought what a wedding day could look like. The result was fabulous. 


They had a beautiful ceremony in the grounds of The Woodman Inn, quickly followed by 4 group photos and then the rest of the day was as relaxed as relaxed can be.


There were different surprises for their guests to enjoy all day, such as the bouncy castle, whilst others just popped up. One of the most popular was face painting, which adults and children all enjoyed. This wasn’t any normal face painting, but beautiful watercolour style facepaint art. A magician circled the crowds, and I could always tell where he was by the laughter and applause. Chris and Alex are not cake people – so they didn’t have one. Instead, they had a giant chocolate fountain with delicious treats. Music was a central part of this wedding, with a live band in the late afternoon, followed by two DJs. The first was Dominic Halpin and the Honey B’s, and wow what an experience! They had so many people up dancing and came right out into the audience to play. The sound was phenomenal the atmosphere was electric. After the sunset, there was a brilliant light show as part of the DJ set, which was the perfect ending to this Woodman Inn marquee wedding.  

If you’re planning a Woodman Inn Huddersfield wedding, I’d love to hear from you! 


Woodman Inn

Ava Rose Hamilton Silsden

Dominic Halpin and the Honey B’s


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My name is Anna and I’m a photographer based in North West England specialising in fun and chilled weddings. Please check out the rest of my blog for more wedding inspiration and planning tips or follow me on instagram.


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